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red hero, this niorniug, occasioned by tho
report of a load explosion. Tho Fraa
siuno had blown up tho ubutnionts of tho
Kehl Railway briaga
PARIS, July 2?.-- The, ofllciaL journal
of Austria says the Government having
exhausted all meaus of mollifying Napo?
leon and p re von ting war, has resolve tl to
observe strict neutrality, but at the same
time keep up a careful watch for the
chances of a peace settlement.
A proclamation, announcing the striot
neutrality of Italy, iu the pending war,
was issued to-day at Florence.
Largo demonstrations have been made
iu Milan, Padua and Genoa, in favor of
Ia consequence of tho attitude of Aus?
tria towards -Bavaria, and renewed ru
mora of the warlike attitude of Russia,
England has resolved to make prepara?
tions for putting her army ou a war foot?
ing. The. Channel squadron received
orders to get ready for sen. Its destina?
tion is to unite with the Mediterranean
squadron ab Gibraltar, to form a flying
squadron, Under command of Admiral
Hornby, who has been telegraphed at
Valparaiso to retuvo to England imme?
- A special despatch from Berlin to-duy,
au ul ou n; cea tb. at? p nason ge r traffic on ra i l
ways. will Cease to-morrow. The r?serv?e
ana1 landwehr are being forwarded! The
army is in excellent 'spirits, and ful) ol
The Journal Off kiel con taino tho -fol
lowing declaration: : "The French. Go
v ern me nf; has issued orders that ia th<
prosecution, of the. wdr, conubkmievs o
Frenchforces, must scrupulously regare
with respect the n?utral powers enc
zules of international rights, and tba
their cspe?ially cpnf?pm to the prineiplei
OT the declaration of the Congress o
Paris, as .follows: Privateering is abo
H?h ed; a neutral flag protects tb(
enemy's merchandize, except cou tra
band of war; merchandize of neutrals
oxqopfc contraband of war, is not seiza
ble, under a foreign flag; the blockndi
ninst be effective, although Spain ant
t^ei United States did not adhere to th
declaration of 1836. French vessel
will not seize property of the enenr
When suoh property is tho cargo of i
Spanish or an American vessel; pro
vidud it is not contraband of war
France will no longer claim tho right b
confiscate property of tho Americans o
Spaniards foiind on board vessels of th
The Journal Officiel annouuees tho
the Minister of War hus given instruc
lions to commence putting in a stat
of defence and readiness for activ
service tue old fortifications of Pari
and the forts beyond the present line <
The French bose of operations cz
tends from Strasbourg to Thionvillo,
few miles North of Metz. The centre :
between Bitchscho and St. Arnold. Tb
se^Qud Hue at Metz is capable of expai
sion to the centre and to Thionvillo.
. The: Morning Telegraph, of to-daj
prints, in. large type, a communicatio
reciting an interview had with the En
perpr Napoleon a fortnight ago. Tl
Emperor had no thought of war c
Prussia. H? was still unprepared, bi
Franco was slipping from his hands, au
in order to rule, he must lead Franco \
war. ? T-he Emperor related tho conten
of-despatches between himself and Bi
marck, claiming that the latter want*
top much and wanted it too soon. Tl
Emperor demanded Luxembourg,
1808( as on equivalent for bis ueulrali
in Prussia's contest with Austria. Bi
pihrCk replied by domaudiug Holland
ah equivalent for Luxembourg. Tl
Emperor replied to this demand of Bi
merck's, that should the independen
?f Holland be attacked by Prussia,
would be regarded as a declaration
war. Count Beneditti was present
the interview when those facts wore e
Saarbruck, wbero tho battle ls said
have been fought by the French ai
German forces, is situated on the Riv
Saar, in Rhenish Prussia, about foi
miles SPU^h South-East of Troves,
has a population of between 9,000 ai
10,000. The town was founded in t
tenth century, and was presented to t
Church of Metz by the Emperor Hen
III. It was subsequently governed
its own Counts until, in 1380, it wei
by the terms of a marriage contract ic
the possession of the family of Nasal
and was afterward strongly fortified,
the wara whioh followed the people s
fered muoh from assaults made at int
vals. The hostile troops were usua
quartered upon the people, and comnc
ted all sorts of depredations without f<
of punishment. In 1G76 it was the set
of another conflict of arms. It was tb
almost destroyed by fire and its for tili
tiona completely dismantled. There i
woolen factories, which furnish extens
employment, located in the town, r
mines of iron and coal aro worked in
The Fronch Government insists
adhering to tho polioy previously
nonncod, of treating neutral shipp
tho same as in 1851, no regard be
paid to tho Paris Convention.
HAVANA, July 21.-The report t
volunteers had murdered forty-i
citizens, and that women were worl
in the chain-gang at Remedios, is
The Spanish Colonial Minister I
tiered more troops for the Cuban ari
which DeRodas declined.
BERMS, July 24.-The only wril
dooument whioh Prussia has recei
from France since tho beginning of
quarrel, reached Berlin on Tuesday 1
aud was a declaration of war. It
clares that tho Emperor of Franc
obliged to consider tho proposal to
vate a Prussian Prince to the thron?
Spain as au attack on tho security
France, and ho dosiros Prussia to t
vow tho scheme. This Prussia reft
to do, reserving hor right to bo gove!
11 !.M,.HIHI 111 W??0??t0????I???
European eduiliBriUm? and parfibularly
communication made by Prussia to tko
Cabinets of Europe, giving, an account
of the refusal to receive the French
The paper concludes: "The French
Government, therefore, is taking steps
for tho defence bit its honor and injured
interests, and having adopted all mea?
sures which circumstances render
necessary, considers itself at war with
LONDON, July 26.-Harvest prospects
throughout England are improviug
French gun-boats, to operate on tho
Rhino and other rivers in Prussia, are
being transported from Marseilles in sec?
Several French cruisers are reported
off Woick, Scotland, to-day.
Nows received by way of Berlin is very
[ meagre, which is due to tho prudence of
the Prussian Government. The tele?
graphs are closely watched by the Ger?
man authorities. Frankfort-on-the-Maino
has been designated as tho Prussian
? The secret treaty which was projected
between France and Prussin monopolizes
the attention here of the public press
j and Parliament. Intenso indignation is
manifested at the d^ftJNcity of the powers
concerned. TJie actlOn.of Napoleon is
considered insulting to'England. Com?
plete ignorance of the negotiation ia pro?
fessed at th? Frehqh Embassy.
A despatch from Brussels states that
the account of the treaty projected be?
tween, Franco and Prussia, which was
printed in the London Hines this itprri
mg, is perfectly atitheptip. The B?lgiau
Government knew of its existence a
short time ago.
In the House of Lords, Earl Granville,
in reply to a question from Lords Staf?
ford and Radcliffe, said he was unable
to state where the Totnes Obtained the
text of the treaty^ After announcement
of the existence of such a remarkable
document, it would be the duty of France
and Prussia immediately and spontane?
ously to explain the matter to Europe.
DOVKB, July 26.-Nino Frenoh fri?
gates ?tea m od past, going Eastward,
yesterday. The bluffs wore crowded
with people, to witness the exoiting
Advices from Capo Town announce
the discovery of new diamond fields.
I LONDON, July 26-The dock yards arc
It rained throughout England, yester?
day, greatly benefiting the crops.
MADRID, JUDO 26.-Prim had a long
interview with the British Minister. ?
Carlist insurrection is expected. Tb?
Government is prepared.
PARIS, July 26.-Napoleon stipulatei
to adhere to the Geneva Conference, t<
mitigate the horrors of war.' Brunah
has Dot yet responded to the stipulation
Tho Journal Officiel reports the repulsi
of a Prussian reconnoissance, nea:
Blank, twenty-six miles North-west o
Strasbourg. A Bavarian officer wai
killed and two captured. Figaro's ac
count insists that the killed officer wa
NEW YORK, July 2-1.-Colton move
mcnts for tho week light, beth in receipt
and exports. The weekly movement
until September 1st, close of the yoar
are likely to bo small, although in exc?s
of last year, when the crop was much be
low that of this year. Receipts at al
ports for tho week, 7,477 against 9.47
bales last week; 8,565 tho previous week
11,709 throe weeks since; receipts at al
ports since September 1st reach 2,813,
031, against 2,109,420 for tho correspond
ing period last year, showing an incrcas
of 733,661 in favor of this season. Ea
ports from all ports for the week, 12,71S
against 16,923 last week, and only 20
this week last year. Total exports Bine
September 1st to dato, 2,159,899, againj
1,425,659 last year. These figures sbo1
a remarkable increase in exports. Stoc
in Liverpool, 607,000 bales, against 353
000 bales last year. Amount of Amer
can cotton aflout for Great Britain :
620,000 bales against 310,000 bales lai
year. Amount of Indian cotton niloc
for Europe is 414,000 bales against 756
000 last year. Stook of cotton in Ame
ioan seaports is 126,384 bales, againf
430,443 bales last year.
NEW YORK, July 26.-A gennit
Asiatic cholera case has occurred i
The Prussians pray and fast ne:
Eleven French frigates passed Has
ings yesterday, steering Eastward. It
expected the French fleet will attat
Kiel. Reports from Mayence indica
that the Prussians are shifting the
position, so as to face tho South.
Despatches report an insurrection
the principality of Ava, resulting in tl
massacre of 1,400 persons.
The excitement occasioned by tl
secret troaty between Prussia and Fran
is increasing, as the evidence becom
clearer that the document is genuin
The journals all comment in a s?mil
tone, demanding an explanation fro
France of this offensive treaty. T
Times is seeking to make this treaty
pretext for the intervention of Englai
in favor of Prussia. The Times assoi
that the Irish sympathy for Franco
altogether due to the influence
Catholicism and hatred of Germ
P ni L ADELPHI A, Jnly 26.-An immer
Oro is raging in the heart of tho eil
Tho Pennsylvania Sugar Refinery,
Nowhall & Bros., was destroyed, defy:
tho efforts of the firemen.
PHILADELPHIA, July 26.-John Gal
gher and wife were found dead in be
from heat and intemperanoe.
FORTRESS MONBOE, Jnly 26.-Tbi
companies of artillery left here t!
morning for Raleigh, N. C., to aid i
Governor to enforce the luws in tl
Baron Gerolt recoivea the following.
from his Govornruont by telegraph:
Pnbl?o opinion in England is favorable
to North Germany. The Government is
favorable^ to act with tho noutraiity lawT
agsunst, North Germany as sliq did
against America wita fitO Alabama.
The Attorney-General, hiview" bf, the
elections'! to take plAoe' during tho bock?
ing fall, has prepared, omd Wilbj in a'day
or two, (sims the follt>w?pg cHroutnr to
the United States Dlstr?ot Attorneys,
Marshals ffnd. Commissioners: "Your
attention is nailed tb an Act passed at the
last session of Congress, entitled "Au
Act for the inforooment of the 14th and
15th articles of the Constitution, a copy
of which is herewith sent to you. The
ninth section makes it your special
duty to institute proceedings against all
violators of tho Act. You will, there?
fore, whenever you receive from any
source creditable information that this
law has been violated, tako prompt
measures for the arrest aud effectual
prosecution of thc guilty party.
"(Signed) A. T. AKEBMAN,
Sx. LOUIS, July 2G.-Two cases of
hydrophobia, aud nearly a dozen sun?
strokes occurred yesterday-all fatal.
KALKIGn, July 2G.-Governor Holden
refuses to surrender to Chief Justice
Pearson the citizens of Alamance Coun?
ty, arrested and now detained by Kirk,
through bis orders. This refusal is in
reply to au order from the Chief Justice
to produce the men. Kirk has now i?
custody over 100 citizens. It is said
that Goverenor Holden bas ordered a
military commission t;o asseinhle at
Yancey ville, to try those UAde'r Sffijest.
ATLANTA, July 26.-Both Houses ad?
journed till to-morrow, iu memory'of
Claiborne, killed yesterday.
GAI?VELTON, Ji?ly 26.-Reports from
tho frontier detailed a uew sorioa of out?
rages. The country is fairly ooepped
by Indians. Horses aro carried off by
droves, and scores of fumilies are aban?
doning their homes, and in many in
stauoes aae reduced to destitution. The
Indians are breaking up everything in
tho vicinity of San Saba. A special
from Waco sayn that Capt. Ballentine
from Fort Richardson, reports that on
the 14th inst, Maj. McClellan, with fifty
members of tho sixth cavalay, while
scouting, met 250 Indians, who gave
battle and forced tho cavalry baok eight
miles, killing two and wounding eleven,
among whom was surgeon Hatch. They
also killed nine and wounded twenty
one horses. The fight lasted five hours.
Fifteen Indians wero seen to fall. The
cavalry were compelled to call in assist?
ance from tho fort to get back to their
post. The Indians were armed with
Henry and Spencer rifles aud six-shoot?
ers, and were commanded by an able
chief. They are believed to be on a gen?
eral marauding expedition, and aro all
warriors. Maj. McClellan says they
wero the best appointed body of warriors
he ever saw, and believed they were Ca
manches and Kiowas from the reserva?
THE FIUST BATTLE.-In view of the
determined attitude of tho Dublin sym?
pathizers with France, and their re?
doubtable scrimmage with the police for
possession of their "tri-color" banners,
it is thought to bo rather comical, that
the first real fight should have been on
the banks of the Liffy, instead of tho
banks of the Rhine.
The Jameston (N. Y.) Journal records
tho marriage of Peter Ecker, nged
eighty-two, with Charlotte Southwick,
aged sixteen. Peter has several graud
childron, who now become older than
A Detroit lady complains that her hus?
band has a fancy to "gaze lovingly upon
her while holding her out at arm's
length by tho hair; caressing her chocks
in a way that lifts her across the parlor
without a come-down until she stops for
At the Saratoga races ou tho 15th, H.
B. Walden's horse M?tairie stumbled
and fell, fatally injuring himself and his
rider, Wilson. Tho horso's back was
broken, and his wholo weight fell upon
Wilson, who was living at last accounts,
but his case was oousidered hopeless.
Since Queen Victoria took her place
on tho English throne, (thirty years
ago,) every other throne in Europe,
from tho least unto the greatest, has
A prominent manufacturing house of
New York, it is understood, has quietly
mudo arrangements to employ 1,000
Chinese hands, They aro expected to
begin work in tho fall.
A Missouri editor declares that he
will novor quit editing while God gives
bim strength "to swing a pencil or
stick a moral cockle burr under tho
cropper of loyalty and sham piety."
Two Indianapolis amendments, who
tried to dead head a railroad trip on a
pic-nic excursion, riding on top of tho
cars, were killed by a collision with a
bridge, a few days ago.
A desperate riot between the Orange?
men and tho Catholics, on tho 16th, at
Aughhodloy, Ireland. A deputy master
of the Orango organization was killed,
and many persons wore wounded. ?
A hogshead of tobacco rolled over u
young mau named Wm. J. Scott, in
Port Tobacco, Maryland, on tho 23d
from tho effects of which ho diod in two
A very domestic and devoted wife says
she cares more for her eccentric hus?
band's income than sho does for his
A Western girl has been badly
poisoned by burning several hundred
potato bugs in a stove.
A man in Marion, last week, ploughed
his ox to death, and then sold it for beef
in the town.
Madison, Ind., hinges an election on
"tho new grave-yard question."
Freights for European ports are matc
^rially advancing, owing to the war.
NBW YOBK, July 26-Noon.-Flour
and Wheat dull. Pork unchanged
$30 50@$31 00. Lard quiot-barrels
1G)JC. ; Bteam pressed lij^a. Cotton
qniet and steady-uplands ,2Tj%o.; Or?
leans 21 cents; sales 6 0 hallos. Freights
steady. Stocks opened dull' and heavy.
Governments oponed very steady and
after th o call advanoed ' Stato se?
curities dull, except Tennessee's and
North Carolina's.' Gold 2?%. Money
5?6. Exchange- long 9%; short 10^;
5-20's of 18G2, boppon; 9%; Tennessee
G's, ex-coupon, 02>?;' how 02i?; Viiig?nfn,
6's, ex-coupon 60, new GO; Louisiana's,
old, 68; new oo^ levee G's 65, 8?s 98, 5's
70; Georgia O's; 80, 7*s 90; North Caro?
lina 7V, did, 47, new 29; South Carolina
7's, old 84. neW 73.
7 p. M.-looney 3@5. Sterling 9J8'
(3110. Governments closed' 'dull-62's
9%. Gold~SB1&@21??-~ Southerns dull
and unchanged. Cotton easier-sales 700
bales; Middling Uplands 20)?. Flour
Western Stato 10c. lower; Southern
lower, common to fair extra firstname.lastname@example.org;
good to choice 7.35. Wheat 2c. lower
winter red aud amber Western 1.50@
1.54. Corn steady-uow mixed Western
95?1.05; old 1.02. Pork heavy at 30.50
@31.20. Lard a shade firmer-kettle
17j?(<017%? Groceries dull and steady.
BALTIMOBE, July 26.-Flour activo
and 8tendy. Wheat dull. Corn-white
1.2501.28; yellow email@example.com. Pork
firm. Bacon active-shoulders 15J.<@
15?(. Whiskey 1.04.
LOUISVILLE, July 26.-Flour scarce at
5.50. Corn dull. Provisions oniet.
Pork 31.00. Shoulders 15; clear sides 19)
ST. LOUIS, July 2G-Suporfiuo flour
firstname.lastname@example.org. Com-mixed 80@83: white
email@example.com. Whiskey 1.??. Pork 31.50.'
Shoulders 14?.i; clear sides 18-Li.
I CINCINNATI, July 2G.-Flour unchanged.
Corn dull at 90@92. Whiskey 98.
NEW O h LEANS, July 26.-Middling
cotton 17%@18; sales 800 bales;'receipts
240; stook 50,216.
MOBILE, Joly 2G.-Middling cotton 17;
sales 100 bales; receipts ll.
CHABLESTON, July 2G.-Cotton quiet
and stock light-middling 18??; sales 50
bales; not receipts 91; stock 5,221.
SAVANNAH, July 26.-Cotton firm
low middling 15; sales 5 bales; net re?
ceipts 143; stock 5,764.
AUGUSTA, July 26.-Cotton quiet at
17^@18; sales 200 bales; receipts 17.
LONDON, July 26 -3 P. M.-Consols
89.Vi- Bonds doll at 81. Stocks flat.
LIVERPOOL, July 26-3 P. M.-Cotton
opened quiet and remains unchanged
uplauds S%\ Orleans 8%.
LrvEnrooL, July 26-Evening.-Cot?
ton closed irregular-uplands 8)4@8?.i;
Orleans 8??@8fo; sales 8,000 bales.
State of South Carolina, Union County.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Minor P. Boyd, aa administrator of all and
aiugnlar tho goods, obattols and credits of
Patriok H. Keenan, deceased, vs. CharlesD.
Bobo.-Summons for money demand. Com
plaint not served.
TO CHARLES D. BOBO, defendant in this
action: You are bcreby.suniiuonod and re?
quired to answer the complaint in tbis nction,
which is filed iu the offico of tho Clerk of tho
Court of Common Pleas for tho said County,
and to servo a copy of your answer on tho
subscribers, at their ofllce, at Unionville, in
said County, within twenty days after the
service of tliia summons on you," exclusive of
thc day of service
If you fail to answer this complaint within
the timo aforesaid, tho plaintiff will take
judgment against you for the sum of seven
lum.Ired dollars, with interest at the rntc of
Bevon per cent, per annum, from the tirat day
of January, ono thousand eight hundred and
sixtv-onc, and costs. Dated Unionville, S. C.,
22d "July. 1670. R. MUNRO & HON,
To tho defendant, Charles D. Bobo: Take
notice that thc summon.** iu this action, of
which thc foregoing is a copy^Jras tiled in the
oflico of tho Clerk of the Ca|rt of Common
Pleas at Unionville, in tho County of Union,
iu tho Stato of South Carolina, on thc 2*2 d
day of July, 1870. R. MUNRO A SON,
UNIONVILLE. S. C., July 22,1870. July 27 wfi
State of South Carolina, Union County.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
George L. Phifor and John N. Norris, survi
vora of Keenan, Phifer & Norris, r.s. Chas.
D. Boho-Summons for money demand.
Compta tnt not served.
mo CHARLES D. BOBO, defendant in this
X action. You are hereby summoned and
required to answer the complaint in this ac?
tion, which is tiled in the office of the dork of
the Court of Common PP as for tho said
County, and to servo a copy of your answor
on tho subscribers, at their offico, at Union
ville, in said County, within twenty d?ys utter
tho eervico of this summons on you, exclusivo
of tho day of service.
If you fail to answor this complaint within
thc timo aforesaid, tho plaintiff will tako
judgment against you for tho sum of nine
huudrod and nincty-fivo dollars and eighty
two cents, with interedt at the rato of eight
por cont, por annum from tno first day of
January, one thousand eight hundred and
sixty-eight, and costs. Dated Unionville, S.
C., 22d July, 1870. R. MUNRO ft SON,
To tho defendant, Charles D. Bobo: Tako
not ico that the a um un na in this action, of
which tho foregoing is a copy, waa flied in tho
oflico of tho Clerk of tho Court of Common
Pleas at Unionville, in tho Couuty of Union,
in tho State of South Carolina, on tho twenty
second day of July, 1870.
R. MUNRO Sc SON,
UNION- VIL tr., H. C., July 22, 1870. July 27 wG
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twolvo grains of Citrate Protoxide of Iron,
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Prut ii ATEO WINE OF WILD CHERRY.-Particu?
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July 17 2mo Agents, Columbia.
SINCE tho firo of Sunday morning last, wo
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whcro wo will keep constantly on hand a first
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TH and tho public are invited to call.
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I address, post-paid, on recoip^ of six cents, or
two p?atago stamps, bv CHAS. J. C.. KLINE
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Box ?,580. .;. ' . * "
Also Dr. Culverwell'a "Marriage Guide,',
price 25 couts. _ MUM 'J too
Ltfi?S OF 000^8
Will be sold
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To close out
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Shetland Shawls, all colors,
Grenadine Shawls and Mantles, in black,
white and fancy colors,
Satin Stripe Bedouins.
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BIG BARGAINS may bo anticipated.
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Columbia Hotel Building.
w. D. LOVE.
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ARR OW TIE.
TUE "ARROW TIE" ^vas invented and pa?
tented by Mr. J. J. MoComb, while a resi?
dent of Now OrleaUB, previous to the late
war-aud salea of consid?rable quantity wero
made hero in l??t.
Since tho war, it baa been gradually grow?
ing in favor in every acction where cotton is
Tho manufacture and aale of that TIE is tho
exerciao on the part of Mc COMB of an unim?
peachable proprietary right.
For aale by all dealers in Iron Tios and
eountry merchants generally, uudcr full gua?
rantee at tho lowost market prices.
ROBERT MURE &, CO., General Agents.
Charleaton, S. C.
CHARLES L, BARTLETT, Columbia, S. C., Ge?
neral Traveling Agent for tho Carolinas.
Spices and Flavoring.
FRESH VANILLA BEANS,
Long India Pepper, Whito Pepper,
Celery Seed, Mustard Seed,
Turmeric, Pure Ground Black Pepper.
For aale by E. H. UEINITSH, Druggist,
_July_8t_At the Old Stand.
Thc Vu rut's Friend.
FOR the instaut cure of CHAFING AND
SCALDING of Children and Adults.
A certain relief for BURNS, SCALDS, Irri?
tation of tho Skin, Galls, Inflammations,
Abrasions, and all Cutaneous Diseases. For
salo by E. H. nEINITSH,
WE beg to tonder our thanks to tho nu?
merous patrons of LOWRANCE A CO.,
for their past support, and pledgo them, as
we have mado additions to our capital and in?
creased our facilities, to servo their intoreats
ovon more faithfully than heretofore
Wo have MARKED DOWN all of our Shelf
Hardware and Fancy Grocories, aud aro PK
TERMINED to clean out onr stock at low prices,
so as to bo able to FILL UP WITH FRESH
I GOODS AT LOWER RATES THAN CAN BE
HAD ELSEWHERE. Givo us a trial, and you
will bo convinced. Orders from tho up-coun?
try solicitod, and satisfaction guaranteed.
Juno 12_LORUICK A LOWRANCE.
Watches and Jewelry Repaired
IN tho best manner, by first class workmen,
ENGRAVING finely executed.
Deo 16_WILLIAM O LAZE.
Rio Coi iee.
BAG8 RIO COFFEE, for salo low to
doalors bv EDWARD HOPE.
BU8HEL8 primo Clay Cow Teas, for
aeed, for aale by E.HOPE.
Fine Gold Watched
OF all description H , for Ladies
and Gentlemen, for salo at
Ono door North of Messrs.
I Soott A Williams' Banking Honnc. Declo
Old Java Cottee.
MATS Old Government JAVA COFFEE,
for oale at reduced Drices. E. nOPE
ET/\ CASES TABLE CLARET, for salo low,
DU for cash, by GEO. 8YMMERB.
Jone 23 _
Fulton Market Beef.
(1HOICE FULTON MARKET BEEF and
J Pioklod Boof Tongues, Just reoeived and
for sale by _J. AT. B. AGNEW.
1 AA BBL8. Choleo Now Family FLOUB,
Jh\j Vf just received and for salo by
July 21_ J. A T. B. AGNEW.
Law Hooks on the New Code.
ALSO, a VarietV bl NEW LAW BOOKS
AOIB of Legislature.'Ad., for Balo by
April 20 BRYAN A MoOABTER.
-f-,. ? ; ; ,7-h -,-1-1
Removal oi Dental Office.
gfjem DR. D. L. BOOZER has romoved bis
.flHWofiice to Mr. G. Dioroks' new building,
on Main otroet, over tho Messrs. Porter . A
Co.'s Dry Goods' Store, where he offers bia
professional' bervioes to his former patrons
and tho public._Juno 28
?. Morris, Columbia, 8. C.,
MANUFACTURER of COTTON GINS, at
$3.59 per Baw. Our Gins aro warranted
to ploaso iu ovory respect, or no salo. Pro
mium awarded at last Stato Fair. Also, Wood
Turning iu ovory description and stylo, at
short notioo. Juno :S0 Gino
Fruit and Fish.
CANNED PEACHES-2 lb. Cane-25c. eaoh.
Canned Tonratoea-2 " M 20o. "
Canned Salmon-1 lb. Cans-40c. each.
Canned Oysters-1 lb. CanB-20o. " .
Canned Lobsters-1 lb. Oana-42Qo. "
Canned Mackferdl-2 lb. C?na-^-65o. "
All fresh and lino, and for aale by '
June 29 , : . ' Jf. A T.' R- AGNEW.
?V ' '.)?::,) Ollll il .'/fla .'.
MAMMOTH BOOT, SHOE, W
OP' ' : i?>*fi '?? Hf .
A. SM Y T H E,
COLUMBIA HOTEL BUILDING.
HAVING determined to reduco my present
spring add- 'summer stock of BOOTS.
SHOES, HATS, Ac, which io very largo ?' and
complete, in order to.make arrangements.for
tho fall trade, I offer nil gooda ia my lino at
COST for tho next thirty days; at which'rime
stock will bo taken.1 This ia a rare opportu?
nity, especially for tho trade and Consuni?rs,
to aecuro great ' bargains, and T would .riibat
reapoctfully solicit a caU. A. SMYTHp.
June 28_' ? _ ' . '?
South Carolina Bank and Trust Co.,
(In Building formerly occupied by Oardlina
BUY, SELL and EXCHANGE all issues of
GOVERNMENT BONDS, at current market
rates, also COIN and COUPONS, and execute
orders for tho purchase and sale of Gold, and
all first-clasa securities, on commission.
ISSUE CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT, pay
ablo on demand, or at fixed date, bearing
interest, aud available iu all parta pf the
Unitod Statos. -
ADVANCES made to our dealers, on ap?
proved collaterals, al matket rates of interest.
COLLECTIONS made everywhere in the
Unitod States, Canada and Europe, and Ex
chaugo bought and sold.
Dividends and Coupons collected.
HARDY SOLOMON, President.
J. C. ROATH, Cashier._June 20 3tno
City Machine Works,
COLUITBIA, S. C.
__ THE undersigned
May 25 3mo ROBT. MCDOUGALL.
W. J. HOKE
?IIA8 just received, and open?
ed a largo stock of 8PRING '
SH HITS, DRAWERS,
Which he propoaea to sell on tho moat reason?
able term?. Call and examine for yourselves.
FAMILY PACKAGES ASSORTED CRACK?
ERS, conflating o? Milk, Cream, Egg,
lluttnr, Bueton and Lemon Crackers.
Fresh Sugar, Buttor, Soda, Lemon and EGG
CRACKERS, just roceived and for salo at
wholoaalo ann rotail, by
.Inno 28_J. A T. R. AGNEW.
TnE CHRISTMAS QUEST, by Mra. South
Tho Court and Times of Queen Elizabeth,
by Misa Aiken, $2 25.
Tho Caged Lion; a Novo], by Mies Yonge,
Hammerand Anvil, SpiclhagonB* last and
beat novel, $2.00.
Memoir of Dr. Soudder, 8G years Missionary
Trinco qt Walos' TravelB in Egypt, Con
atnntinoplo and tho East, $1.50.
Tho Vicar of Bullhampton, by Trollopo,
$1.25, and other now Books for salo at
BRYAN A McCARTER'S Bookstore.
June 3 _
Guns and Ammunition.
JUST rocoived by William Glazo, Ano Eng?
lish BREECH-LOADING GUNS, Ano Eng?
lish Powder, in Cauiatera, Shot and Gaps, of all
kind. Ono door North of Messrs. Scott, Wil
l i ams A Co.'? Ranking Honso._Doc 10
! Pure Brandies.
IA PIPE Jas. Hennossy's 18C0 Cognac.
4fcl'pipo " " 18C5
i pipo Brandenburg Freres 1835 "
Being Importer's Agent for salo of all Fo?
reign Winos and Liquors offered by me, 1 can
Rive equal inducements t<> .hu trad') any Job?
bing House in New York or Baltimore eau
ofTor. GEO. SYMMEltS.
Drinkists, go to Pollock's.